Open Gallery – We are an established commercial fine art gallery representing artists from across Canada.  Approximately half of our artists are from the local region with the other half hailing from Change Islands, Newfoundland to Galiano Island, British Columbia.  Mediums of artwork include:  Oils, Acrylics, Mixed Media, Sculpture, Photography and Graphics.  Expect to find unusual and innovative techniques and materials.

Our gallery is warm and inviting with a fabulous view of historic market square and the lake where you can watch the passage of the Wolfe Island ferry boat from our windows.  Come and enjoy Beautiful Art in a Delightful Circumstance.

LOST PORTRAITS – New Works by Keight MacLean

LOST PORTRAITS, her latest body of work, features MacLean’s traditionally inspired portraits, presented with a contemporary twist, such as fluorescent spray paint, re-harvested artists’ mediums and destructive techniques.

KALEIDOS: BEAUTIFUL FORMS by Diane Laundy

Influenced by textiles and quilts and the way they are created and combined, Laundy’s technique involves cutting and arranging the same image, a series of images, or parts of images.

CELEBRATION – New Works by Rob Niezen

Using light and colour, shadows and reflections, Niezen depicts table tops filled with glassware that sparkle and shine, signifying the joy of living life to its fullest. 

New Works by J.T. Winik

“As a visual artist, I often explore themes of isolation, introspection and the fusion of contrary states of being.”

Osvaldo Gonzalez Herrera

Working in a variety of forms, from painting and graphic arts to humorist drawing, Osvaldo González Herrera studied art in his native Cuba. In 2013, Herrera relocated to Montreal, where he continues to work as a painter and graphic artist. His work has been shown in several solo and collective exhibitions, both in Cuba and internationally.

New Works by Jane Derby

The recycled cans, rusted and corroded through patinas, lend themselves to an implied critique of our current environmental practices, a reminder that two thirds of the original wetlands have been lost.